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Week of 3/01/17 Of Special Interest
 
Photo courtesy: Colorado School of Mines Facebook
 

By La Voz Staff
News@lavozcolorado.com
 
03/01/2017

Lent Begins

The Catholic community begins the season of Lent on Ash Wednesday, March 1. Millions of worldwide Catholics will celebrate Ash Wednesday by attending service, having ashes placed on their forehead commemorating the beginning of the season, in depiction of Jesus Christ’s journey through his crucifixion on Good Friday and resurrection on Easter Sunday.

City of Thornton Manager Jack Ethredge retires

Ethredge has been leading the City of Thornton operations when he took the position back on October 22, 1984. Ethredge also served as Thornton’s utilities Director and is directly responsible for a great deal of successes the city of Thornton has experienced over the past 32 yeast.

MacSpa classes and workshops

MacSpa is providing a series of ways to get more acclimated to your new apple computer or phone, or maybe you want to learn more about software features. Beginners and advanced users welcome. Please visit
www.themacspa.com/class-calendar for a list of events that include, Introduction to Mac and MacOS Sierra, Parental controls and Internet safety for Mac and IOS.

Closure of westbound Alameda Ave. (between Santa Fe and Cherokee St.)

On Friday, Mar. 3 at 9 p.m. to Monday, Mar. 6 at 5 a.m., westbound Alameda Ave. will be closed between Santa Fe Drive and Cherokee St. to accommodate the installation of a pipe and subgrade operations. This closure is a part of the I-25 and Santa Fe Drive project. Dates are subject to change depending on weather.

Judge Terry Fox wins the DBA’s
Judicial Excellence Award



The Judicial Excellence award is defined as “extraordinary service and exceptional contributions to the improvement of the judicial system.” Terry Fox sits on the Colorado Court of Appeals, having been sworn in on January 7, 2011, following her September 2, 2010 appointment. From 2004-2010, she served as an assistant U.S. Attorney in Colorado, working as trial counsel to federal agencies and specializing in environmental, constitutional, and other civil matters.

Elitch Gardens adds 17-story tower to Denver skyline

This week Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park erected its new 17-story thrill ride, Star Flyer, the park’s seventh new attraction in the last six years. On this extreme swing ride, 48 guests sit two across in open-air seats, feet dangling and hair blowing while ascending to the top of the 17-story tower and flying round and round at more than 50 mph. Riders will enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of their favorite park attractions, the Denver skyline and the Rocky Mountains.

VITA

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and TCE (Tax Counseling for the Elderly) are IRS-sponsored programs operated by local volunteers to provide free, confidential and secure preparation and e-filing of Federal and Colorado State income taxes for taxpayers who qualify. This service is available for basic returns with income up to $54,000. Please visit www.coloradovita.org for more information.

White House

On Friday, President Trump signed an Executive Order aimed at reforming Government regulation by requiring every agency to establish a Regulatory Reform Task Force.

Governor of Colorado

Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed Roberto Ramirez on February 16, 2017 as district court judge for the 17th Judicial District (Adams and Broomfield counties). Ramirez currently serves as a Senior Assistant City Attorney for the City of Arvada. Ramirez serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force Space Command and as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver School of Law.

Mayor of Denver

Mayor Hancock released a statement last week regarding the possible deportation of Denver mother Jeanette Vizguerra. “What’s happening to Jeanette Vizguerra is appalling and the result of a broken immigration system – a system made worse by the chaotic actions of the White House and ICE. Jeanette is not a threat to our community. She is a mother of four, an active community member, and someone who has persistently pursued legal status through the proper channels. She has now become the latest victim of wrongful enforcement actions, executive orders and policies coming out of Washington that are punishing immigrants, tearing apart families and scaring our communities.”

 

 

 

 

 
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